Welcome To The Isle of Wight
Community Concierge Services | For Residents & Visitors
What makes the Isle of Wight an ideal place to visit or to do business?Isle of Wight like any geographic location has it's own unique character, flavour and opportunities. This well connected and conveniently located British Isle is officially the largest and second most populated.
Its reliable ferry links makes it only a 1hr 40min journey from London and under four hours to Sheffield by road.
Internal transport connections by bus are regular enough, yet most frequent during summer peak periods where visitors to the Isle temporarily increase it's modest population of 139,395 to over 1million.
99% of the island are connected to super-fast fibre optic broadband, according to the Isle of Wight council who part funded an infrastructural upgrade with telecommunications contractor BT. This gives over 51,000 buildings market leading speeds and bandwidth of internet connectivity.
What work opportunities does the Isle of Wight offer?Demand exists for wide ranging skills especially from enterprises and organisations in the following:
- agriculture (vineyards, dairy farms etc.),
- hospitality (holiday/short term accommodation & eating out),
- niche manufacturing (marine and more...)
- events (Round The Island Race, among others)
For those who visit, whether for work or pleasure, the Isle of Wight leaves a long lasting impression of natural geographic beauty alongside a steady pace of life for those favouring a change from the non-stop routines of the mainland city life.
Why not consider relocating to work and live on the Isle of Wight?With working arrangements becoming more flexible and emerging growth of opportunity for most to live and work further afield, the Isle of Wight offers many attractive benefits.
We hope this website provides you with useful insights for working on and working with people and organisations on the Isle of Wight.